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How are we moving people from point A to point B?

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In 1956, President Eisenhower signed the Federal-Aid Highway Act in the hopes that a national highway system would unify the country, allowing for the easy transportation of people and goods. Since then, highways have been a catalyst for economic growth in many ways, but they’ve also had serious ramifications in... View Article

Public transportation riders in the United States took nearly eight billion trips during the first nine months of 2016. Journeys on buses made up a big part of that number. For each passenger mile traveled, a bus is twice as fuel-efficient as cars, and more than 170 times safer. In... View Article

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Changing circumstances entail changing requirements: To pave the way for new mobility concepts and possibilities a range of legal regulations have to be discussed and adapted.
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People have been carpooling in France for over a half century. With over three million active French carpoolers today, it has become a popular means of mobility. Nearly 90 percent of carpool travelers use BlaBlaCar, a long-distance carpooling service, to facilitate connections between drivers and passengers, as well as transactions.... View Article